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Sydney blanketed in dense bushfire smoke amid 'severe' fire danger

The Age Monday, 18 November 2019
A thick blanket of smoke has choked Sydney on Tuesday morning as high temperatures and dry winds prompt total fire bans in regions facing severe fire danger. 
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Thick smoke from wildfires has shrouded Sydney and its surrounding areas, with health experts warning residents with medical conditions to remain indoors. The Sydney skyline was barely visible, with air quality in some parts of the Australian city reaching over hazardous levels. Shane Fitzsimmons,...

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